After baby yoga, baby was cranky.
In these times, I will often go for a long drive around Adelaide so she can sleep, regularly surprised at how it really doesn't take long to drive down the coast, which is where I invariably end up.
This drive takes us passed a shop called The People's Market, which with it's community arts and crafts vibe is very appealing to an urban hippy like myself.
Today, I was able to leave the baby in the car to sleep as my husband was along for the ride.
Walking in I was greeted with 60's pop songs, playing on vinyl from an old record player. While I resisted the urge to bop along, I was visually in awe of all of the fresh, local produce, a mountain of fresh bread and the scattering of vegan fare.
As I get Juice Quest deliveries every Thursday, I didn't really need much in the way of fruit and veg so I purchased a huge fruit loaf, a large focaccia, a bunch of fesh basil, a jar of hot pickled onions and this vegan Treacle Tart.
I've never had a Treacle Tart before but was assured by the shop owner that it's a bit of an institution.
I really liked the vibe of The People's Market. I'll be going back to check it out, for sure.